Chancellor Rodriguez reviewed bilateral agenda with Russia, Syria and Saudi Arabia

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Delcy Rodríguez, held on Monday a meeting with the Russian ambassador in the country, Vladimir Zaemskiy, in which was revised the cooperation agenda maintained between both nations since the arrival of the Bolivarian Revolution
«We reviewed issues (of the) CIAN (Intergovernmental Russia-Venezuela High Level Commission) to be held this year in Venezuela,» wrote the Chancellor in heer Twitter account @DrodriguezVen, on which she reaffirmed the commitment of Venezuela to continue strengthening the multipolar vision driven by the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chavez.
Venezuela and Russia maintain cooperation agreements in matters of oil, military, civil protection, as well as in the fight against the illegal use of narcotics.
Likewise, the Chancellor held a meeting with the ambassador of Syria, Ghassan Abbas, in order to review cooperation agreements of Venezuela with the Asian country.
«We reviewed the bilateral agenda between the two countries to strengthen our cooperation, brotherhood and solidarity,» wrote the Chancellor, while manifesting Abbas the congratulations on behalf of the President of the Republic, Nicolas Maduro, concerning the 70th anniversary of the Syrian independence.
Also, minister Rodriguez met with the ambassador of Saudi Arabia in Venezuela, Jamal Ibrahim Nasef, in order to review cooperation agreements.
They discussed issues of common interest to be debated at the Sixth Summit of South American-Arab Countries (ASPA), scheduled to be held in the country in 2018.